NEW: A guide to rights-based knowledge creation in sexual and reproductive health
We are pleased to share our introductory guide to rights-based knowledge creation in SRHR, written by B. Subha Sri. It is meant to provide an introduction for researchers, practitioners and activists on how to use a human rights-based approach to knowledge creation in the area of sexual and reproductive health.
LATEST EVENT: Challenging the notion of evidence: bringing rights into SRHR research
On May 6, SRHM hosted a symposium in New Delhi and online on enhancing the ecosystem of rights and evidence in sexual and reproductive health. The symposium created space for dialogue on deconstructing the notion and hierarchy of evidence, pushing methodological boundaries in SRHR research, questioning power in research, and more.
NEW: Sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice in the war against Ukraine
While campaigning for sexual and reproductive health and rights remains a day-to-day concern, wars, such as the war against Ukraine, bring an immediate threat to people’s lives, safety, and human rights. SRHM has written an editorial exploring the impacts of conflict and forced migration on sexual and reproductive health and rights.
LATEST EPISODE: SRHR and the war against Ukraine
In this episode, five experts reflect on issues such as access to SRHR in Ukraine and in neighboring countries, the complexity of delivering humanitarian aid, the nuances of surrogacy during wars, as well as the importance of international laws. The podcast is available on all major channels including Apple Podcast and Spotify.